Warren County Public Schools believes every student's mental health matters and has a direct impact on their academic success and overall well being. Our mental health team consists of Mental Health Counselors, Case Managers, Transitions Coordinator, Social Workers... and most recently we have added our first 4-legged professional, Beau! He is an emotional support animal that will be serving our students for the first time in the 2020/2021 school year.
The Warren County Student Assistance Professionals and School Counselors are committed to assisting students by helping remove or reduce barriers to school success. Through support and networking with parents, school personnel and community agencies and through building meaningful relationships with our students, students will experience increased success through improved attendance, behavior and achievement. The Helping Hearts Care Report is a reporting tool that will assist individuals in finding assistance and providing information in regards to mental health.
Additionally, Warren County Public Schools is taking a proactive approach to the societal issue of bullying and threats. Bullying refers to any intentional act by a student or groups of students directed against another student to ridicule, humiliate, or intimidate the other student while on school grounds, or at a school sponsored activity, which acts are repeated against the same student over time. (WCPS 09.422) A “threat” shall refer to a communication made by any means, including, but not limited to, electronic and/or online methods. (WCPS 09.425)Please use this form to report bullying or a threat that takes place during school hours/school property. The schools cannot investigate incidents that take place outside of school property/hours
To view a complete list of our mental health resources, please click here.